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Anaconda News 1903-06-03

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 K  WEPNESr.*?,   JUNE   3,1903.  EW BRIDGE  ] J       Smith & McEae.  I ]    Books, Stationer    Wall paper. Etc.  .Near   lower    railway  trestle.  The hot weather which began on Saturday and the continuous rains ha v t  caused the creek to rise until it is now  within a few feet of high water mark.  Should this weather continue a. llooo  may be expected.  The new bridge,which has been built  to replace the old one directly beiow  town,is nearly completed. It was feared that the former bridge would go out  with this year's floods. The new  bridge is much higher, and is now one  of the best on the creek.  At trestle No. 92 A the water is over  the entLeflat, and within a foot of the  top of the cribbing built to protect the  bridge piles. A strong current is running through the piles, and on the near  side of the trestle a second ourrent i a  running through the flat.  News For Job Printing.    Cheap Rates.  THE CANADIAN BANKOF  COMMERCE.  Gr KENWOOD B.C.  r- C.  TILSLEY.  PRACTICAL    1 LUMBER  feu am and hot v;at<r fitter  ^^ first-class tinahop in connecti,,*.  THE   UAKKoFlmEl*^^  AMERICA.  G KEEN WOOD B.C.  WE ARl^ SOLeTaG_^  ^Jtonuetts Uuttal'ercfaatiite  the Lest fuse in he Word- a*o  CAERY IN STOCK A  FULL   LINE  OF MINERS' SUPPLIES, GOODWIN  CANDLES. &c. &c.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  THE O. I. C.  [Ew & Second Hand Storm.  COPPER ST#  kreenwo^d B.C. THE AKACONPA NRWS  ABOUT TOVfcN  The Boundary Falls Merea.-tileCo's.  store is nearly completed.  Mrs. Munro left Anaconda  on   Mon-  to make her home m Nelson.  Miss Mills lost her home by fire last  week.    There was a small insurance.  Some extra long ore trains   have   recently been going to Boundary Falls.  David Webb who was   badly   burned  here some weeks ago,is������ slowiy recover  ing.  The coke supply to the Boundary  smelters is still short of the d u. i 1 j  needs.  Not much progress has been made  this week in moving Russell's old build  ing. They have succeeded in turning  it, and that is about all.   ii^i?Sb������cription to "Anaconda News"  SO a y������ar, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  weeks.     By taiilflfte   par year.          Fresh Frankfords, Ba-  logne & Sausage of all  kinds made daily at  URNS&, C������  'Phone No. 2.  ^p-w  w *  IW  B?  ^   ���������&$> .������"��������� .sty  ���������<?;.  t  Gr������er wood B.C.  m  WW  s*  FIRE   INSURANCE.     M5NES,  tim. K. IHADtia  MftNBOINQ OmtCTOR  Hotel Ladysmith,  The only Workingman'ft Hotel isa to*?n  Everything First Cjcass.  OlaLofstad.  PROPRIETCR  WILSON & CO.  MERCHANT   TAILORS.  Clothes Cleaned And Repaired  Copper St. Gkbum wood, B.C   A.E. ASHCROFT   Dominion & ProvincialLand Surveyor  Wood Block. Greenwo������d. B.C.  SMITH STMCRAtt.   STATIONERY  H1LLETT & SHAW "  Greenwood B.C. 7*f  II? AVACCIfA NEWS.  NEAR BOUNDARY F ,lLS.  At Roy's ranch the fruit  trees    arf  white with blossoms, and   well   wortl  seeing     Native shrubbery is   h1.������o    it  bloom, especialy the thorn and  servict  berry.  Mr. Thomas Jr. and the News mar  went fishing on Saturday. The day was  too bright and warm and the troul  were not very hungry. However, a  small str.ng was taken.  H.A KING & CO.  Dealers in.  CIGARS, STATIONERY,   CONFEC-  T1GNFRY.  Allthe lat������**>      je-ii^dipalf.  Webb & Maynard.  PAINTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   UEPAI-.S.  Skate Sharpening, Taxidermist.   IF YOU WANT-  ���������i?i.������.i+. n������.r.rJv, Grocerit  ��������� j������  A    ������A���������V,    VVW���������������^   J     ���������- ** as. ��������� -  Etc.  CALL AT THE r    N  sSouthEnd Grocery.  $. Jacobs*  Aoeoiqi; tst An a sow da B.C.  r������������*?-������?���������   iff     hi  E\\  lull.  INES, REAL ESTATE, FIRF,  LIFE &.    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONipY TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  THE GIANT  POWDER Co.,CON.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Fercha Fuse &  ju  Electric Blasting    ap-  paratue.  FACTORIES  AT   GIANT     &  CLIPPER GAP, CAL.. &    VIC-  TnR! ������k Rt    C  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. Greenwood B. C. THE AyACONPA N~"o  THI  SPACE  ENTS  R MONTH.  Dr. R. Ma this on  Dentist  Greenwood.  CULTUS   HEHK  The deaf mute arose from his bed  And stepped on a tack in the dark;  'Tis well,perhaps, the world never knew  Of his silent but awful remark.  Tommy���������"What you cry in' about,  cry-baby?"  Jimmy���������i(Aw! You'd cry, too, i f  your pants was made outer yer sister's  old bicycle boomers!"  Hfivinv nnrcl as d the entir- stork of  e Green wool Trading Co. at a v er y  low figure, ������������������> e are disposing of same a  prices ai l rdingly. We ht.ve moved  the stock to the M. & L. building, ;i -  cross the stre^i f ,0111 our storr, where  it is now oa .*alc.  Smith & Mc.Ewen.  Town Lots Helling: Uh������ap.  Houses and Cabin* to Rent.  GAp������ AND   e% CO.  ���������  HAMILTON  POWDER Co.  MONTREAL.  ^'ligh Explosives,  J Blasting & Stumping Powder.  <������ Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus  FACTORY NANA8M0 B. C  ���������  *  I e. W. Monk, Agent.  ��������� GOVERNMENT ST.  $Tel. 16&57. Greenwood, B. C.'<


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